Summary: Good monitor for the pice. I ended up buying three of these cause they were such a bargain. All of the screen are still working two years later. A cool feature is that you can rotate these vertically (in case you have a small desk or something)
Summary: I bought this monitor about 2 1/2 years ago, and it's been great. It has a small "power button" lockout issue which causes you to have to hold down the power button for 10 seconds to turn it off, and in the *vertical* position, the field of view of the monitor is very narrow(-1star), but overall...
Summary: Got this monitor about Thanksgiving time via Amazon. Opened box and found power button "locked". Request exchange on 12/1. Never get any feed back from vendor. The only way I can turn off the monitor is unplug power, now. (12/28).
Jane Fleming "MCSE, CNA (that's Novell, not nursing!), NRA-certified pistol instructor, and general gadfly", Amazon
4 December 2011
Summary: This is slightly hard to review. I'm tempted to give 5 stars, primarily because this is one of the very few 1920x1200 monitors now available. (My laptops have that resolution, but it's virtually impossible to find on new laptops).
Summary: I have only been using this monitor for an hour, and it's attached to a six-year-old laptop with maximum resolution of 1024x768 and VGA mode. I took it out of the box, plugged it in, and that was it. I don't see any bad pixels, and the color looks great to me.
Summary: I bought this monitor a little over a year ago along with the optional attached speakers. I very much prefer the 1920x1200 over the less expensive 1920x1080 format. Adjustable tilt, height and portrait mode were also useful.